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TrekMD

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TrekMD last won the day on May 20

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About TrekMD

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  • Birthday 05/20/1967

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    Coral Gables, FL
  • Hometown
    Arecibo, PR
  • First Console
    Atari 2600
  • Favorite Arcade Game
    Crystal Castles
  • Favorite Movie
    Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
  • Favorite TV Show
    Star Trek
  • Favorite Comic Book Hero
    Superman

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  1. I just played a quick game. Just a score to get started, particularly since it isn't a fantastic score! LOL
  2. I love this game and I'm terrible at it! LOL I shall try!
  3. TrekMD

    Foodquest

    I discovered these recently and they are awesome...
  4. Absolutely! I've been there a few times. Great store! πŸ™‚
  5. Those are some amazing scores. I didn't have enough time to try to slipice trick to get the score up, up, up! πŸ™‚ I'll be trying that anyway!
  6. It's call 8-Bit Hall of Fame: https://www.facebook.com/8bithalloffame
  7. TrekMD

    Reprinting labels

    There is someone selling them on Atari Age already made. They are of good quality. I'm adding the list of labels here. Pboland is the person selling them. That way you can just PM him directly and avoid the pages and pages with arguments. πŸ™‚ 2600 Label List - pboland.pdf 7800 Cart Label Catalog.pdf
  8. Another update from Atari... We hope that each of you, your families, and your friends are staying safe and healthy during the quarantine. This unusual period has presented many challenges, but also afforded some opportunities for the Atari VCS team to capitalize on the extra time that comes with staying put. May 30th, 2020 marks the two year anniversary of the Atari VCS campaign on Indiegogo, and while to some it may feel like it's been even longer, we know it's all been worth it. The Atari VCS has come a long way and it’s almost here! Still, we ask that everyone please remember that to successfully make these final steps, as short as they are, the Atari VCS remains fully-dependent on the China supply and manufacturing chain returning to normal conditions. Despite the ongoing travel restrictions, we continue working closely with our manufacturing partners to finalize the production and delivery of the Atari VCS system and accessories this year. The team is spending more time than ever on trans-continental video conferences to make up for the lost factory visits. The first batch of ~500 Atari VCS has made steady progress to completion, with some key discoveries along the way that have allowed the teams to further refine the production processes. Atari VCS team members and a closed test-group have been putting the hardware and software through their paces over the past several weeks. Head over to our newest Atari VCS Developer Blog on Medium to read our latest update. We think you will be pretty excited when you see some of the games and apps that testers have been running on their Atari VCS units.
  9. Ah, have you been to the retro gaming store in the area?
  10. Plenty of time, though. Awesome for rolling the score! πŸ™‚
  11. Wow. How long were you playing to roll the score?
  12. @GiannaCool, where in the state? I'm in Miami.
  13. I also forgot Tennessee! I've been to Nashville, Memphis, and Knoxville!
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